Cut and Run 

The mayor’s schools report has lots of budget recommendations, but says nothing about educational quality itself.

Is the city public school system facing a crisis of mismanagement and inefficiency? Consider: Total revenues by the Richmond Public Schools have fallen during the past three years, from a high of $265.7 million in the 2008-'09 school year to $249…

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